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  1. Patti

    Patti Read Only Funster

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    can anybody help please. We have a Peugeot auto quest 350S (1995) one of the children left it open and unfortunately we did not notice, so we have one missing wiindow can anyone tell me where l can get a replacement . Many thanks

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    Thank you
     
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    And in future, have a pre-flight check list so that you are certain everything is closed and put away before you move :)
     
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    Yes, Poohbear . A very expensive lesson learnt
     
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    Also. Try O`Leary Motor-homes, Plaxton Bridge near HULL. He has a large stock of "redundant" windows etc; sourced from manufacturers ex stock?

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    Thanks Pete
     
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    the problem with buying off the shelf old stock is that there are no standard sizes and that there are many different colours. a mismatched window will be obvious and even a brand new window of the same specification will not match as the colours change after years of uv light from the sun. eeco as I linked to will take the broken window and match it, making a new one in a few days. plus they are much cheaper than buying a window from a dealerships spares department. besides they are also used by the trade so avoid paying the markup
     
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